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    Due to a Sass bug importing .css files is not working as expected.

    This is a fork of normalize.css which only change is to rename the extension to .scss so the package can be imported in .scss files.

    normalize.css v3

    Normalize.css is a customisable CSS file that makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards.

    The project relies on researching the differences between default browser styles in order to precisely target only the styles that need or benefit from normalizing.

    View the test file


    No other styles should come before Normalize.css.

    It is recommended that you include the normalize.css file as untouched library code.

    What does it do?

    • Preserves useful defaults, unlike many CSS resets.
    • Normalizes styles for a wide range of elements.
    • Corrects bugs and common browser inconsistencies.
    • Improves usability with subtle improvements.
    • Explains what code does using detailed comments.

    Browser support

    • Google Chrome (latest)
    • Mozilla Firefox (latest)
    • Mozilla Firefox ESR
    • Opera (latest)
    • Apple Safari 6+
    • Internet Explorer 8+

    Normalize.css v1 provides legacy browser support (IE 6+, Safari 4+), but is no longer actively developed.

    Extended details

    Additional detail and explanation of the esoteric parts of normalize.css.

    pre, code, kbd, samp

    The font-family: monospace, monospace hack fixes the inheritance and scaling of font-size for preformated text. The duplication of monospace is intentional. Source.

    sub, sup

    Normally, using sub or sup affects the line-box height of text in all browsers. Source.


    Adding overflow: hidden fixes IE9's SVG rendering. Earlier versions of IE don't support SVG, so we can safely use the :not() and :root selectors that modern browsers use in the default UA stylesheets to apply this style. SVG Mailing List discussion


    The search input is not fully stylable by default. In Chrome and Safari on OSX/iOS you can't control font, padding, border, or background. In Chrome and Safari on Windows you can't control border properly. It will apply border-width but will only show a border color (which cannot be controlled) for the outer 1px of that border. Applying -webkit-appearance: textfield addresses these issues without removing the benefits of search inputs (e.g. showing past searches).


    Adding border: 0 corrects an IE 8–11 bug where color (yes, color) is not inherited by legend.


    Please read the


    Normalize.css is a project by Nicolas Gallagher, co-created with Jonathan Neal.




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